Los Cabos prides itself on safety, putting the security of its annual 2.5 million travelers as a top priority. A recent $50 million infusion to upgrade security infrastructure, equipment and personnel in Los Cabos should put any visitor at ease. Any traveler needing assistance has a wealth of information available at their fingertips to contact in case of emergencies. A few important travel contacts can be found here:

Emergency: 911  

American Consulate 143-3566

Canadian Consulate 142-4333

Fire Station 143-3577

Red Cross 065 or  624 143 3300

State Police 143-0296

Municipal Police (Local Police) 060 - 624 143-3977 or 624 143 3300

Tourist Police 143-3977

Getting Here

Los Cabos is on the southern most tip of the 1,000 mile long Baja Peninsula, west of mainland Mexico and just below Southern California. The Sea of Cortez borders Los Cabos on the east and The Pacific Ocean, to the west. Los Cabos is approximately 1,000 miles (1,609 kilometers)... Learn More

Things To Do

In a paradise where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, there is something for everyone: fishing, golf, scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, horseback riding, relaxing in luxury spas and resorts and dancing ’til dawn. Learn More